Passion Pit: Gossamer

Passion Pit’s follow-up to debut Manners is the band going bigger, more self-indulgent, but this only serves frontman Michael Angelakos’ pop acumen better.


Interview: Passion Pit

Love is responsible for many creative works of genius. Picasso’s I Love Eva, Shah Jahan’s Taj Mahal, Passion Pit’s 2009 debut album, Manners…. If it weren’t for Michael Angelakos’ peacocking for his squeeze, Passion Pit might never have happened. Enter bandmates and Berklee College of Music alumni Ian Hultquist (keyboards/guitar), Ayad Al Adhamy (synth/samples), Jeff […]


Passion Pit

Passion Pit brings out the nu romantic in today’s electroclash kid


Heineken® Wants to Send You to One of the Club Capitals in the World

Ice-cold beers, music, and an all-expense paid trip to the US.


Dwindle in Sweet Serendipity with Tennyson @ The Bee, Publika

Sat, 18th Mar '17


The Bee, Publika


LISTEN: Ryn Weaver’s ‘Promises’

Electro starlet Ryn Weaver is back for more – with Passion Pit and Benny Blanco.


LISTEN: Classixx’s ‘Just Let Go (Feat. How To Dress Well)’

How To Dress Well sings over a dance pop production.


JUICE’s October ’14 Review Roundup

A solid comeback by a utensil, a David Lynch reference of a band, modern retro girl group, royalty, someone we still know, a conceptual artist making pop music, random white dude, and something that’s not EDM (at least).


Bombay Bicycle Club: So Long, See You Tomorrow

Bombay Bicycle Club is one effing clever band. With their fourth full length, they prove that bandwagon-jumping is key to longevity in a hipster’s playlist.


Chvrches: The Bones of What You Believe

JUICE was glad that our expectations were tampered before coming into the band’s debut The Bones of What You Believe – because it’s every bit as good as we originally believed.